Feb 16, 2016 | Off the Hook Arts

Off the Hook Arts’ SummerFest presents a new addition to our Summer Kids line-up this June. We combine STEM and the Arts in these storytelling, music and science-design oriented workshop.  Led by professional engineers, musician and storyteller, our STE(A)M2  (Science Technology Engineering Arts Math and Music) Workshops explore the building of a Rube Goldberg type musical sound producing machine that are incorporated into a musical storytelling — all generated by the kids. Both day’s events culminate in a performance showcase at the STE(A)M2 Design Faire on Friday June 24th that invites inventors, crafters and the Rocky Mountain Woodturners in a STE(A)M oriented hands-on, outdoor fair on the Old Town Library Park block. (Don’t miss your opportunity to turn your own pen with the guided help of the Rocky Mountain Woodtuners.)

Wed. June 22, 1-4pm
Rhythmic Music Machines
Registration Required

Thu. June 23, 1-4pm
Harmonious Contraptions
Registration Required

Fri. June 24, 2 – 4pm
STE(A)M2 Design Faire
(there will be a practice run-through and touch-up session from 1 – 2pm prior to the Design Faire)

To Register, please fill out this form.
Please send form & check to:  OTHA, 1001-A E. Harmony road, #260, Fort Collins, CO 80525

Scholarships available:
Send your contact information and a brief description of your need to Jephta Bernstein,  [email protected].






Achieving STEAM education results through 21st Century Skills and Creative Problem Solving using Music as the medium.